∙ A fight on Friday night outside Dodger Stadium in LA left one man on life support. The fight, which knocked a 45-year-old man to the ground, recalled the Opening Day 2011 brawl that left Giants fan Bryan Stow with permanent injuries. [Associated Press]

∙ A person was struck by an SFO-bound BART train Sunday afternoon in Oakland. The incident happened just after 2:30 p.m. at 19th Street Station and caused system-wide delays for over an hour. It's unclear how the person was struck, and their condition is not known. [CBS SF]

∙ A Catholic priest in Fremont has been arrested and charged with 30 counts of lewd acts with a minor. Hector David Mendoza-Vela is a priest at Corpus Christi Catholic Church. [NBC News]

∙ There was another freeway shooting in the East Bay Saturday night. Police are still seeking the suspect vehicle, a white Toyota Corolla or similar, following a shooting on Highway 4 in Martinez. [CBS SF]

∙ A 49-year-old man was arrested at a Daly City gym for indecently exposing himself to a 16-year-old boy. The man was allegedly caught masturbating in the locker room in front of the boy. [CBS SF]

∙ Oakland Hills residents are furious over a three-year, $100M paving plan to fix the city's potholed and crumbling roads. They say it's unfair that most of the money is getting spent in the city's low-income neighborhoods. [Chronicle]

∙ A "house of horrors" at 1060 Potrero Avenue continues to be an eyesore and squatters' magnet. The house has changed ownership, but demolition may still be delayed. [Mission Local]

A computer glitch was causing widespread flight delays at major airports this morning. [NBC Bay Area]

The Warriors trounced the Charlotte Hornets Sunday 137-90, with Curry scoring five 3-pointers. [Associated Press]